CFP Migrant Writings
The Editorial Board of “Scritture migranti. Rivista di Scambi Interculturali” is now accepting articles for its 12/2018 issue. Interested scholars should send an abstract of their proposal (about 500 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline for abstract submission: May 10 2019. Notification of acceptance will be sent no later than May 31 2019.
The deadline for the submission of the final text is: OCTOBER 31 2019.
The final text, in Italian, English or French, must not exceed 8.000 words, must be formatted in word and according to the journal stylesheet downloadable at the following address: https://www.mucchieditore.it/images/ExtraRiviste/NormeRedazionali_ScrittureMigranti.pdf
Contributions must be accompanied by:
—an abstract both in the text’s chosen language and in English (or just in English, if the text is written in English),
—a short bio-bibliography of the author, in the language of the text, and in a separate file.
Submitted texts will be subject to an anonymous peer review process.
“Scritture migranti” particularly welcomes contributions which are innovative as to themes, subjects, methodologies, and theoretical approaches relevant to the multiple intersections of writing and migration.
Contributions should refer to one of the main sections of the journal.
a) Letture/Readings. Articles tackling the intersections between writing and migration from a comparative or socio-literary perspective, focusing on thematic, structural and stylistic analysis of relevant case studies.
b) Visioni/Visions. Articles focusing on migration from a transmedial perspective (cinema, theater, music, dance, performing and visual arts, the museum and exhibition politics), investigating the modes of representation and self-representation of the foreigner and the migrant at the crossroad between literature and other media.
c) Strumenti/Toolbox. Articles of relevant methodological value, which take into account the latest trends in migration literature studies, from the analysis of migration as a discursive field in various literary genres, for example in connection with autobiographical writings, up to the emergence of these writings at the editorial level, within the critical discourse and in front of the general public; or articles addressing the issue of migration from a multidisciplinary perspective, as a central problem for the analysis of the socio-political dynamics that run through European and non-European societies.
Founded in 2007, “Scritture migranti” is the first Italian peer-reviewed journal with a strong commitment in international research on Migrant literature.
Scritture migranti is an annual publication based at the Department of Italian and Classic of the University of Bologna, and published by STEM Mucchi Editore.